Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Word for the Week

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INFINITE AND ETERNAL

God’s blessings are as infinite and eternal as he is himself. If we personalise them, we have a powerful list of affirmations. Here are some of them–   I am blessed with every spiritual blessing (Ephesians 1:3) I am redeemed (1:7) I am forgiven (1:7) I am included in Christ (1:13) I am seated in…

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THOSE WHO WORSHIP IDOLS BECOME LIKE THEM

When we kneel to man-made objects or worldly practices, we are not elevated. By worshiping something less than ourselves we ourselves are lessened by the experience. So the Scripture says that those who worship idols become like the very idols they worship (Psalm 115:8; 135:18). In contrast, those who worship the Lord become like him,…

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MORE BLESSINGS

The list of the ways in which God has blessed us seems never-ending. He forgave us (Ephesians 1:7). No longer do we need to feel guilty before God. Every sin is forgiven–not only those that we have committed in the past, but also those that we may commit in the future. All sin is covered!…

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ALWAYS A VERB, NEVER A NOUN

In the New Testament, ‘worship’ is always a verb, never a noun. In other words, the focus is on doing. It is concrete, not abstract; active, not passive. To worship the Lord is to devote our energies to honouring him. It is easy to make ‘worship’ a noun–the name of a theological concept–and then study…

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